JWR’s Recommendations of the Week:


Act of War, by Brad Thor

Lost Rights, by James Bovard


O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Lone Survivor

Instructional Videos:

How to roll start your manual transmission car or truck

How to Hang a Gate

Online Sermon Videos:

“His Own Received Him Not” – Message by Chuck Baldwin on Apr. 9, 2017

An Introduction to Reformed Theology (James White)


Daily Audio Bible

The Hardcore History Series


The Independent (Archer Garrett)


3M Performance Plus Duct Tape, Olive Drab, 48 mm x 54.8 meter roll. This is the real deal mil-spec stuff, and one of these big fat rolls lasts a long time. I noticed that the 3M brand’s formulation seems to have the best longevity. (Some other brands seems to “go goopy” after just a few years. But I still have part of a roll of 3M OD duck tape that I bought while in college—back in the early 1980s—that is still perfectly usable.)

Etekcity Lasergrip 774 Non-contact Digital Laser Infrared Thermometer. (Owning one of these is a MUST if you ever plan to make your own Kydex holsters, mag pouches, or smart phone pouches.)

SentrySafe SFW123DSB 1.23 Cubic Feet Combination Fire-Safe, Medium Grey

One Comment

  1. Regarding the safe… The one suggested is probably reasonably secure since it has a dial combination lock but beware, Sentry safes with electronic locks are far from secure. I forgot the combination to my infrequently used sentry electronic safe and was able to open it by grounding out a single test pad on the easily-accessible​ circuit board. I can literally open it in 30 seconds with a four inch piece of wire and leave no trace.

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